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Racism in America & Why We Should Care: What Is Vermont Doing to Combat Racism? Sept. 19

How far have we come as Americans in fighting racism? In the “Racism in America & Why We Should Care” forum series, we wish to create a safe space where we can speak openly and honestly as people of good intent who seek the best for each other and our nation as we confront the racial divisions of our past and present with the hope of reconciliation.

Each forum is a potluck gathering where we invite you to share a dish along with your thoughts.

First Meeting and Topic:

What Is Vermont Doing to Combat Racism?

State Senator Debbie Ingram (Chittenden County)
State Attorney General TJ Donovan
Major Ingrid Jonas, Vermont State Police

Recommended Reading: Act 54

Thursday, September 19, 2019 @ 6:30 p.m.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
273 Vermont Route 15, Jericho, Vermont

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